Rancho Santa Fe News
CARLSBAD — Continuing its maintenance of water quality within the Carlsbad Watershed, the city will develop a Water Quality Improvement Plan to comply with its permit from the Regional Water Quality Control Board.
DEL MAR — The size and location of tents, screens and canopies will soon be limited in an effort to make city beaches and parks safer before summer gets under way.
ENCINITAS — Construction, curriculum reform and tight budgets are the top challenges Rick Schmitt will face as he prepares to step into the role of superintendent at San Dieguito Union High School District this summer.
SAN DIEGO — With the Chargers entering their second week of organized team activities the goal for head coach Mike McCoy continues to be searching for the best 53 players to fill the roster.
POWAY — The San Diego SeaLions opened their 2013 season with a 4-0 win against Ajax American Women on the road at Nansen Field.
ENCINITAS — Prop A is headed for a special election June 18. Yet councilmembers passed what they believe is the heart of the initiative at Wednesday night’s City Council meeting.
COAST CITIES — As the latest lead agency for the Buena Vista Lagoon Enhancement Project, SANDAG will soon draft engineering studies and an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to evaluate alternatives for the project.
OCEANSIDE — The Oceanside husband and wife who enslaved their young niece for sex and housework were sentenced to 23 years to life and 20 years respectively in state prisons on May 20.
ENCINITAS — Deputies arrested Derrick Lewis for attempted robbery and felony hit and run on Monday.
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